College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Wynn Dupkoski is a Core Faculty member for the Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program. She focuses on training in the areas of teaching and supervision. "Dr. Wynn," as students know her, also actively mentors teaching assistants and students in qualitative research projects. She has published articles related to sexuality counseling and sexuality counseling training. She is also the facilitator of the Sexual Wellness in Counseling (SWIC) Interest Network in the ACA and is the president of an emerging organization related to sexuality counseling training and research in the Counseling profession.
Prior to teaching at Walden, Dr. Wynn focused her clinical practice working with adolescents with suicidal and self injurious behaviors, sexual behavior and sexuality-related concerns, and mood disorders. She also maintains a small clinical supervision practice for clinicians seeking licensure and advocates for maternal mental health, offering pro bono counseling services when the need arises.